‘Hood Feminism’ and Police Brutality: A Conversation with Mikki Kendall


Chicago author Mikki Kendall coined the term “hood feminism” — a community action-based approach to feminism that includes a group that is often left out of the movement’s mainstream: women of color.

These days, the term is as relevant as ever. Women at protests denouncing police brutality are taking on roles as organizers and providing support to those involved.

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Kendall, the author of “Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that the Movement Forgot,” joins “Chicago Tonight” to discuss the role of feminists in the fight against racism and police brutality.


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